Gilpin Online Learning Program

Gilpin Online Learning Program

UPDATED August 6, 2020

The Gilpin Online Learning Program provides fully asynchronous online pre-made courses for students to complete school work. The online courses are provided by Colorado Digital Learning Solutions (CDLS) and Edmentum. Gilpin Online is a choice program by semester and will be offered during both semesters during and 20/21 school year.

Elementary K-5 Information and Course List

  CDLS Online Learning for Grades K-5 

CDLS elementary courses are fully asynchronous and taught by Colorado licensed teachers. The teachers are provided by CDLS and they provide age-appropriate instruction and support. The CDLS online curriculum provides real-life applications and activities, which enables each child to develop independence as he or she progresses through each lesson. 

CDLS teachers provide timely responses to students. Students who are not making adequate progress will receive CDLS teacher interventions such as phone calls and emails to the home. Direct instruction by CDLS teachers can be scheduled to meet the needs of students for additional help.

GCSD provides Chromebooks and will pay all online course tuition fees.

Since CDLS works as a supplemental support to local districts, students always remain enrolled and a part of their local school/district.  Click this link for detailed K-5 information on:

Parent, district, cdls partnership

Communication

Course list

Demo a course

Elementary procedures

Parent support guide

Gilpin Elementary School K-5 students will enroll in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. 

Gilpin Online K-5 students may opt to enroll in an elective Art, Music, Physical Education, or Technology course provided through the Remote Learning Program. 

Elementary K-5 Sample Daily/Weekly Pacing Guide

Colorado Digital Learning Solutions (CDLS) provides recommended minutes per day on both online screen time and off-line classwork. Click the link for a Sample Week 1 Pacing Schedule

Recommended Minutes Per Day on Both Online Screen Time and Off-line Classwork

  • Kindergarten through Second Grade 45-90 minutes a day
  • Grade Three 60-120 minutes a day
  • 4 and 5 grade 90-120 minutes a day

Homeschooling for Elementary K-5

Parents who choose to Homeschool their child(ren) remain the primary instructional provider. The Gilpin Online Learning Program may supplement homeschooling by providing online coursework that is aligned to the Colorado Academic Standards. GCSD will provide a Chromebook and will pay all online course tuition fees. Homeschool students may opt to enroll in an elective Art, Music, Physical Education, or Technology course provided through the Gilpin Remote Learning Program. 

For more information and to enroll, contact GCSD Elementary K-5 Gilpin Online Site Coordinator Patrick Linnehan plinnehan@gilpin.k12.co.us

Secondary 6-12 Information and Course List

  CDLS Online Learning for Grades 6-12 

 

This option is for 6-12 students who want a teacher with each course.

CDLS 6-12 courses are fully asynchronous and taught by Colorado licensed teachers. The teachers are provided by CDLS and they provide age-appropriate instruction and support. The CDLS online curriculum provides real-life applications and activities, which enables each child to develop independence as he or she progresses through each lesson. 

CDLS teachers provide timely responses to students. Students who are not making adequate progress will receive CDLS teacher interventions such as phone calls and emails to the home. Direct instruction by CDLS teachers can be scheduled to meet the needs of students for additional help.

Ms. Vincent will also provide a weekly Video Chat with all online students.

6th Grade: 8:00 am – 8:30 am

7th Grade: 8:30 am – 9:00 am

8th Grade: 9:00 am – 9:30 am

9th Grade: 9:30 am – 10:00 am

10th Grade: 10:00 am – 10:30 am

11th Grade: 10:30 am – 11:00 am

12th Grade: 11:00 am – 11:30 am

GCSD provides Chromebooks and will pay all online course tuition fees.

Since CDLS works as a supplemental support to local districts, students always remain enrolled and a part of their local school/district.  Click this link for detailed 6-12 information on:

Course list

Course descriptions

Demonstration Courses-Access this demo at https://cdlsdemodistrict.agilixbuzz.com

Demo Login as an MS/HS student:

Username: student2
Password: cdlsonline

Middle School 6-8 students will enroll in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Grade 6-8 students may choose to enroll in one elective course. 

High School 9-12 students will contact Ms. Vincent svincent@gilpin.k12.co.us who will coordinate scheduling with the school counselor before enrolling in online coursework for guidance on course selection that aligns with grade level expectation, prerequisite course completion, and graduation credit requirements.

Secondary 6-12 Sample Daily/Weekly Pacing Guide

Colorado Digital Learning Solutions (CDLS) and Edmentum provide recommended minutes per day on both online screen time and off-line classwork. Click the link for a Sample Week 1 Pacing Schedule

Recommended Minutes Per Day 

  • 60 minutes per day on each course they take through CDLS and Edmentum. 
  • Elective courses are estimated at 30 minutes a day.


Edmentum Online Learning for Grades 6-12
 

This option is for students who want to work independently without a teacher for each course.

Edmentum secondary 6-12 courses are fully asynchronous. Asynchronous learning occurs through online channels without real-time interaction. The Edmentum online curriculum provides real-life applications and activities, which enables each child to develop independence as he or she progresses through each lesson. 

Gilpin teachers provide timely responses to students. Students who are not making adequate progress will receive Gilpin teacher interventions such as phone calls and emails to the home. Direct instruction by Gilpin teachers may be scheduled to meet the needs of students for additional help.

Ms. Vincent will also provide a weekly Video Chat with all online 6-12 students.

6th Grade: 8:00 am – 8:30 am

7th Grade: 8:30 am – 9:00 am

8th Grade: 9:00 am – 9:30 am

9th Grade: 9:30 am – 10:00 am

10th Grade: 10:00 am – 10:30 am

11th Grade: 10:30 am – 11:00 am

12th Grade: 11:00 am – 11:30 am

GCSD provides Chromebooks and will pay all online course tuition fees.

Edmentum is a supplemental support to the learning program. Students always remain enrolled and a part of their local school/district.  Click on the link for detailed 6-12 information on:

Course list with descriptions

Parent/Student Expectations Guide

Click this link to access Edmentum 6-12 demonstration sample courses with lessons.

Account: GCSDR1

Username: DemoStudent

Password: DemoStudent

Middle School 6-8 students will enroll in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Grade 6-8 students may choose to enroll in one elective course. 

High School 9-12 students will contact Ms. Vincent svincent@gilpin.k12.co.us who will coordinate scheduling with the school counselor before enrolling in online coursework for guidance on course selection that aligns with grade level expectation, prerequisite course completion, and graduation credit requirements.

Homeschooling for Secondary 6-12

Parents who choose to Homeschool their child(ren) remain the primary instructional provider. The Gilpin Online Learning Program may supplement homeschooling by providing online coursework that is aligned to the Colorado Academic Standards. GCSD will provide a Chromebook and will pay all online course tuition fees. Homeschool students may opt to enroll in an elective course provided through the Gilpin Remote Learning Program, CDLS, or Edmentum. 

For more information and to enroll, contact GCSD Secondary 6-12 Gilpin Online Site Coordinator Sunny Vincent svincent@gilpin.k12.co.us




Patrick Linnehan K-5 Online Site Coordinator
plinnehan@gilpin.k12.co.us
Sunny Vincent 6-12 Online Site Coordinator svincent@gilpin.k12.co.us

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